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  • European Aviation Safety Agency

    Notice of Proposed Amendment 2015-01

    Applicability Process map

    Affected regulations and decisions:

    Regulation (EU) No 1332/2011; Regulation(EU) No 965/2012; ED Decision 2012/002/R.

    Concept Paper:

    Terms of Reference:

    Rulemaking group:

    RIA type:

    Technical consultation during NPA drafting:

    Duration of NPA consultation:

    Review group:

    Focussed consultation:

    Publication date of the Opinion:

    Publication date of the Decision:

    No

    25.6.2014

    No

    Full

    No

    3 months

    TBD

    Yes

    2015/Q2

    2015/Q4

    Affected stakeholders:

    Member States; ATM/ANS providers; aerodrome operators.

    Driver/origin: Legal obligation (EU Mandate for PBN Operations; Commission Regulation (EU) No 716/2014 — Pilot Common Project).

    Reference: EC mandate for an IR on PBN (MOVE E2/EMM D(2011) (6.4.2011).

    TE.RPRO.00034-004 © European Aviation Safety Agency. All rights reserved. ISO 9001 certified. Proprietary document. Copies are not controlled. Confirm revision status through the EASA intranet/Internet. Page 1 of 70

    An agency o the European Union

    Performance-Based Navigation (PBN) implementation in the European Air Traffic Management Network (EATMN)

    RMT.0639 — 19.1.2015

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

    This Notice of Proposed Amendment (NPA) addresses the safety, interoperability, proportionality and coordination issues related to the implementation of Performance Based Navigation (PBN) within European airspace.

    The specific objective is to ensure a safe, efficient and harmonised implementation of specific PBN specifications and functionality in the European ATM Network (EATMN). In achieving this objective, the proposal, which extends the PBN implementation requirements beyond the 24 EU aerodromes as required by the Pilot Common Project Regulation, mitigates the risks associated with a non-harmonised implementation, thus ensuring a smooth transition to PBN operations, fully supporting the implementation of the European Air Traffic Management Master Plan. The proposal builds on the accepted conclusions defining the navigation specifications and functionality that should be implemented in the European airspace, resulting from a previous European Commission mandate issued to EUROCONTROL for the preparation of a Single European Sky interoperability Implementing Regulation for PBN.

    This NPA proposes that Air Traffic Service Providers (ATSPs) and aerodrome operators implement:

    — PBN Standard Instrument Departure (SID)/Standard Instrument Arrival (STAR) and Air Traffic Service (ATS) routes as required to meet locally defined performance objectives that conform to RNP1 perfomance requirements as of December 2018; and

    — PBN approach procedures with vertical guidance (APV) (RNP APCH) at all instrument runway ends where there are currently only non-precision approach procedures published before January 2024.

    Aircraft operators wishing to operate these routes and procedures will be required to ensure that their aircraft and filght crew are approved for PBN operations.

    This proposal is expected to increase safety, improve harmonisation of PBN operation and be consistent with the ATM Functionality AF 1 — ‘Extended AMAN and PBN in high density TMAs; of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 716/2014 — ‘Pilot Common Project’.

  • European Aviation Safety Agency NPA 2015-01

    Table of contents

    TE.RPRO.00034-004 © European Aviation Safety Agency. All rights reserved. ISO 9001 certified. Proprietary document. Copies are not controlled. Confirm revision status through the EASA intranet/Internet. Page 2 of 70

    An agency of the European Union

    Table of contents

    1. Procedural information .................................................................................................................................... 4

    1.1. The rule development procedure ............................................................................................................ 4

    1.2. The structure of this NPA and related documents .................................................................................. 4

    1.3. How to comment on this NPA ................................................................................................................. 4

    1.4. The next steps in the procedure .............................................................................................................. 5

    2. Explanatory Note .............................................................................................................................................. 6

    2.1. Proposed provisions ................................................................................................................................ 6

    2.2. Selection of PBN requirements ............................................................................................................... 8

    2.2.1. Alignment issues ............................................................................................................................... 8

    2.2.2. Selection of PBN requirements ......................................................................................................... 9

    2.3. Overview of the issues to be addressed ................................................................................................ 13

    2.4. Objectives .............................................................................................................................................. 14

    2.5. Regulatory overview .............................................................................................................................. 14

    2.6. State aircraft .......................................................................................................................................... 17

    2.7. Overview of regulatory activities currently in progress ........................................................................ 18

    2.8. Summary of the Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) .......................................................................... 19

    2.8.1. Options ............................................................................................................................................ 19

    2.8.2. Summary of the impact analysis ..................................................................................................... 19

    3. Proposed amendments .................................................................................................................................. 20

    3.1. Draft Regulation (Draft EASA Opinion) .................................................................................................. 20

    3.1.1. COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) No …/of […] laying down common airspace usage requirements and operating procedures repealing Commission Regulation (EU) No 1332/2011 ....................................................................................................................................... 20

    3.1.2. Amendment to Commission Regulation (EU) No 965/2012 of 5 October 2012 laying down technical requirements and administrative procedures related to air operations pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council. ............................ 27

    3.2. Draft Acceptable Means of Compliance and Guidance Material (Draft EASA Decision) ....................... 28

    4. Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) ............................................................................................................. 34

    4.1. Issues to be addressed .......................................................................................................................... 34

    4.1.1. Background ..................................................................................................................................... 34

    4.1.2. Safety risk assessment .................................................................................................................... 35

    4.1.3. Who is affected? ............................................................................................................................. 36

    4.1.4. How could the issue/problem evolve? ........................................................................................... 36

    4.2. Objectives .............................................................................................................................................. 39

    4.3. Policy options......................................................................................................................................... 39

    4.4. Methodology and data .......................................................................................................................... 43

    4.4.1. Applied methodology ..................................................................................................................... 43

    4.4.2. Data collection ................................................................................................................................ 44

    4.5. Analysis of impacts ................................................................................................................................ 45

    4.5.1. Safety impact ..................

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